UConn Women Use Sharp Defense to Defeat Stanford - NYTimes.com
On Monday, the Huskies strong-armed their opponent, shouldering the Cardinal aside, tipping away passes, scrambling on the floor for loose balls. Kelly Faris, a 5-11 guard, stuck her nose in against Stanford players three to six inches taller and did not retreat, though she hit the court hard a few times with a thudding sound that suggested she had fallen down an elevator shaft.
Reflections From UConn's Win Over Stanford - Courant.com
KML was brilliant, conjuring images of Maya Moore. Geno says she is so much more than a shooter, which is what her reputation was coming out of high school. What a rush the next four years should be watching her chase Maya's records.
maya moore: moore shadows rebecca lobo to learn about sports broadcasting - Hartford Courant
Moore, UConn's all-time leading scorer and 2011 WNBA Rookie of the Year for the league champion Minnesota Lynx, wants to be on television someday. So ESPNU gave her an opportunity to shadow analyst Rebecca Lobo Monday so Moore could learn some moves of a different variety.
UConn Basketball: Women Up To No. 2; Men Hold No. 4 Position
Men's Soccer To Host James Madison at 1 p.m. Sunday - University of Connecticut Official Athletics Site
The No. 3 overall seeded UConn men's soccer team will face No. 14 seeded James Madison in the NCAA Third Round at Joseph J. Morrone Stadium on Sunday, November 27 at 1 p.m.